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Envoys were again sent from Athens to Philip, to learn on what conditions peace could be secured, among whom were Demosthenes and Æschines.
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All this while he contrived to deceive Athens and the Phocians, with the connivance of Æschines, whom he had bribed or cheated.
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The people went with Æschines, who persuaded them that Philip was friendly to Athens and only hostile to Thebes.
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It is mournful that the Athenians should not have listened to the warnings of the most sagacious patriot who adorned those degenerate times, but the influence of Æschines was then paramount, and he was sold to Philip.
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An important reform in the administration of the marine was effected by Demosthenes, although opposed by the rich citizens and by Æschines.
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While these events transpired, a new sacred war was declared by the Amphictyonic Council against the Locrians of Amphissa, kindled by Æschines, which more than compensated Philip for his repulse at Byzantium, bringing advantage to him and ruin to Grecian liberty.
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Examples of Æschine

Example #1
But he would grant no better terms than that each party should retain what they already possessed, and the Athenians consented.
Example #2
The whole defense of Greece now turned upon this Pass, of as much importance to Philip as to Athens and Sparta, for it was the only road into Greece.
Example #3
His real object was to surprise the Pass, for he was a man who had very little respect to treaties, promises, or oaths.
Example #4
But he did not deceive Demosthenes, who entreated his countrymen to make a stand against him, even at the eleventh hour, for he was then within three days’ march of the Pass.
Example #5
It was the design of Philip to detach Athens from the Phocians, and thus make his conquest easier; and he succeeded by his falsehoods and intrigues.
Example #6
But the eloquence and warnings of Demosthenes were in vain.